Dr. Zaboski joined Trinitas in 1990 in private practice with Dr. William McHugh. He was also appointed to the teaching staff at Trinitas, and has been an active associate professor of medicine for both Seton Hall University and now Rutgers University as well. Recently, he was awarded Faculty of the Year for Internal Medicine at the Trinitas/Rutgers NJ Medical School Class of 2020 graduation. While attending medical school at Saint George’s University School of Medicine, he received extensive experience in wound care management in his surgical rotation at Queen Alexandria Hospital in Portsmouth, England. He was named Chief Resident at St. Elizabeth Hospital, whose program converted to the Seton Hall University School of Graduate Medical Education. During the conversion of Saint Elizabeth Hospital to Trinitas Hospital (before it became TRMC), he started as treasurer, then became vice president, then president of the medical staff. He recently joined the Wound Center Staff.
Michael Zaboski MD will talk about why connecting with patients is more important than ever before, whether in person or via Telehealth, and the difference it can make in people's lives.